Published: Mon, January 15, 2018
World News | By Laverne Osborne

'Disorderly and possibly armed man' arrested on Greyhound bus after police chase

'Disorderly and possibly armed man' arrested on Greyhound bus after police chase

Officers had to deploy two sets of spike strips to stop the bus.

The incident started around 9:40 p.m. Friday when authorities received reports of an armed subject on board a bus from Milwaukee to Chicago.

A suspect is now in custody after a reported hostage situation involving a gunman on a Greyhound bus. No one was injured in the incident. With guns drawn, police took the suspect into custody. Roadways opened back up at around 1:15 a.m.

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"Every passenger was searched", Schmaling said.

Passengers were shuttled to Union Station in another bus. Team members also assisted in evacuating the bus, he said. "There was a peaceful resolve because of our great cooperation with our partners in law enforcement".

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So far, no weapon has been recovered on the bus.

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation said the pursuit stopped there.

"I know it's hard to wrap your mind around; how do you not know you're being pulled over?" "He had no idea what was happening in the very back of the bus".

According to Schmaling, the driver of the bus didn't realize deputies were attempting to pull the vehicle over.

"The law is you see emergency lights you pull over", Mr Williams said.

"They treated us like we were criminals, like we did something wrong", Williams said.

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